History Of Sorcerers Of The Sylvan Bloodline

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Sorcerers of the sylvan bloodline have been greatly romanticized by the common folk sometimes calling them "fairy godparent's" - which is actually a misnomer since few members of this bloodline are actual godparents and even fewer still are fey or even good in nature. The dark truth is that many sorcerers of this bloodline can trace their ancestry back to an infant which was saved from a hag's gruesome procreation ritual while in the middle of its preformance - this would most certainly explain not only the innate magic of the sylvan sorcerer, but also their ability to disguise themselves with illusion.

Sometimes, although rare, a sorcerer with this origin can trace their descent back to a more cheerful beginning, such as a mighty

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